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Review: Torture and Democracy

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This book is almost nine hundred pages in length. It is thicker than both my shins. As Ed McMahon would say, everything you ever wanted to know about torture and democracy is in this book. I am going to be one happy camper when I finally finish it. Read full review

Review: Torture and Democracy

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This mother is torturously massive, and I can guarantee I'll never read the whole book, but I would like to have a look at at least some of it, because it's about two of my favorite things! Read full review

Review: Torture and Democracy

User Review  - Josť-antonio Orosco - Goodreads

What a fascintating and haunting read! It turns out that most of the effective torture methods used by the Nazis and Soviets to get confessions from political prisoners were first developed by American cops in places like Chicago and New York in the early 20th century. Read full review

Review: Torture and Democracy

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What a fascintating and haunting read! It turns out that most of the effective torture methods used by the Nazis and Soviets to get confessions from political prisoners were first developed by American cops in places like Chicago and New York in the early 20th century. Read full review

Review: Torture and Democracy

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An important and timely book...all 800+ pages of it. It can become tedious at times, but with a quickly roving eye and an aggressive pursuit of a single line of thought, the reader can find a decisive ... Read full review


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